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  1. P. H. de Vries & G. J. Dalenoort (2000). The Role of Binding in the Brain and of Correspondences in Theorizing. Consciousness and Cognition 9 (2):S36 - S36.
     
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  2. G. J. Dalenoort (1997). In Search of Control Variables: A Systems Approach. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 20 (4):772-772.
    Motor processes cannot be modeled by a single (unified) model. Instead, a number of models at different levels of description are needed. The concepts of control and control variable only make sense at the functional level. A clear distinction must be made between external models and internal models. General Systems Theory provides the framework for a proper treatment of these issues.
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  3. G. J. Dalenoort (1995). Is Attention an Appropriate Concept for Explaining Brain Processes? Behavioral and Brain Sciences 18 (2):341.
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  4. G. J. Dalenoort & P. H. de Vries (1995). What's in a Cell Assembly? Behavioral and Brain Sciences 18 (4):629.
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  5. G. J. Dalenoort (1990). Toward a General Theory of Representation. Psychological Research 52:229-237.
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  6. G. J. Dalenoort (1983). Grossberg's “Cells” Considered as Cell Assemblies. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 6 (4):662.
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